‘Peng Black Girls’ carries a message of empowerment and unity between Black women, highlighting that there’s not one way to look or be Black.
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Commenting on the track, Enny says, “‘PBG’ was written from a place of my subconscious. Looking at my family, friends or even random women and just thinking: wow, society and your own culture will tell you you’re not beautiful because your skin is a certain shade, or your features don’t look a certain way. Now looking back at it, ‘PBG’ was the beginning of me not caring and just being happy as I am: a complicated British-Nigerian girl from south east London with some very African features.”
In April this year, Enny released her debut single ‘He’s Not Into You’, garnering radio play from Radio 1, 1Xtra, 6 Music and GRM.
Listen to ‘Peng Black Girls’ below.
Jemima Skala is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor. Follow her on Twitter
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